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of automation and a time of technology and easy collaboration with people in india, i will find a way to do that. i will take the least ricky -- risky path. if i go to the liquor store and there are a thousand choices and the least expensive way to obtain something, a labor service, for example, is a box called a full-time job and you made it expensive, you have let me know i as an employer and under your watch and under your guise, i will not buy that box. i will fine another way, a smaller package, to get the labor services i need. do not look if job creation to change. i'm hearing over and over again, chief executives are saying they have found ways to do the same or more for the customers with the same number of employees with no plans to hire next year. >>neil: they always say if you are upbeat, you will be more inclined to expand your plant, hire folks. what they are telling us, the seven out of ten who are refusing to do that and have no plans to do that, echoed by the lights of caterpillar and intel and others, saying they see the same headwinds, is that there is little reason for them t
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challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>neil: an investigation under way at an american airlines flight was forced to emergency land after a row of seats got unhinged. former transportation inspector general is here and whether maintenance on planes is becoming unhinged. that would be disconcerting if you are in a row and the comes up and. it does get back to this issue, are the planes really being maintained to the degree they should? >>guest: again, it depends on the airline. american airlines is if a perfect storm on maintenance. they are in bankruptcy, the f.a.a. is watching them, or supposed to be watching them more closely. they have the oldest fleets in the industry. last year, they were fined $152 million for maintenance violations. now they are going do lay off maintenance people, they are in a tough situation. it is disconcerting. >>neil: is this a parallel say, between, seats not buckled in and bolted in and how safe they are, period? >>guest: well, yes, there is a huge issue on that. over the years, the federal aviation regulations have require
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